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obama insisted on a balanced plan, and loopholes for big corporations and richest americans, and now the president may have to try to sell a plan with no revenue increases, no tax hikes on the wealthy at all. at least right now. ed henry live on the lawn. what is the white house complaint from the left of its party. >> shep, what they're saying is basically trust us. in the first round here, as mike lays out, it will be about a trillion dollars of spending cuts upfront. no tax changes. but in the second round when the special committee of congress comes up, the white house is insisting, look, they'll look at spending cuts and tax changes as well. listen to david ploucke, the second looking at tax reform. and this isn't about playing on a republican playing field. >> there are a lot of liberals in this town who are very skeptical and they believe it's being played on the republican playing field because they've gotten the spending cuts upfront and it's unclear whether or not tax changes will really materialize down the road, shep. >> the complaint all the way from the republicans, the
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